Sign up for a trail that allows you to discover scrumptious fare in the bylanes of South Mumbai
When you think of kebabs, the first places to pop up in your head are Lucknow and Delhi. If you want to try some gourmet ones in Mumbai, participate in Kebab Mein Haddi, a food trail hosted by SeekSherpa, that takes you to the back alleys of South Mumbai.
Relish kebabs at the trail
The organisers claim to take you to places that you didn’t know existed, mainly in areas near Bhendi Bazaar and JJ flyover.
What’s on the menu? Everything from Galouti (Gahlawat) and Kakori Kebabs to Dahi Ke Kebabs for both, vegetarians and non-vegetarians along with main course and dessert. The host, Vishal Bansal, is a foodie who weighed over 150 kilos and indulged in three dinners a day, in his prime.
His quest to find food led him to nondescript destinations with culinary treasures. All the venues are within walking distance of each other. The cost of the tour would include Sherpa’s fee, transport, a bottle of chilled water, and a set of Galouti or Seekh Kebabs (non-veg) at the first stop.
On: Today and January 10, 6 pm Starting point Outside Maratha Mandir, Mumbai Central.
Cost: Rs 700
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